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starts tomorrow. back to lisa in a second and adam but first back to doug and alison for the latest on issues out there because of the weather. >> indeed, brian, our top story traffic alert for beltway drivers. >> right now three lanes open. one still closed. the situation began 24 hours ago when a water main break and heavy rain flooded lanes. crews worked around the clock do try to fix this broken pipe. live in mayorfield with more on situations as it stands. matt, good morning. >> good morning. the situation as it stands, volumes increasing and traffic slowing on the the inner loop. take a look at the highlights coming towards us, the inner loop, three lanes getting by us. the right lanes closed as they continue to work to repair the problems created by the broken water main. as far as water main itself goes, it's 10 inches and iron and they have decided really just to cap it for now and come back and repair it fully later as part of the hot lanes project on the beltway. could be a while before they get that done, but the immediate repairs have been a mess because of the weather,
. some afternoon clouds. high around 6065. what is traffic light on this monday, lisa? >> pretty decent. police are checking for crashed onto 70 southbound between 109 and 121. apparently the vehicles were on both shoulders, but that will cause disruptions. we're not sure of what will happen when emergency equipment arrives. no problems right now along 95. good on 66. overnight construction in tyson will be out of there soon. a nice ride through southern maryland. 228, 220, 50 on a good run. back to you. >> thank you. our top story, community and crisis. >> city leaders are taking action after a weekend shooting leaves a nine year-old dead inside his home. of glenn debts was gunned down on columbia road on saturday night. police are cracking down on the violence. courtney is live in northwest to tell us how they plan to do that. >> this has shocked neighbors. this murder of a nine year-old boy has brought up questions of building security at this apartment building. city leaders say it's unsafe. the city plans to inspect the building to make sure it is secure. officers are looking for t
, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> welcome back. 5:15 is your time. republicans are vowing to keep the health care bill from passing. the senate plan is expected to cost $849 billion over the next decade. requires ever want to buy health insurance and opposes medicare cut to help pay for it. senate leaders hope to begin debate by the weekend. >> it judged in new orleans has ruled the army corps of engineers and failure to maintain a navigation channel led to massive flooding during hurricane katrina. there will be awarded one of the $70,000 each. this ruling could leave the government open to billions of dollars in more claims. >> astronauts aboard atlantis will set out on the first of three space walks later today. they will install a spare intent and unload the 15 tons of spare parts. atlantis will be in orbit for one week. >>> vincent gray concedes it was a mistake to use government letterhead in a solicitation for political contribution. great used council stationery to solicit a $20,000 contribution from
mckelway, alison starling, meteorologist brian van de graaff, weather, and lisa baden, traffic. this is "good morning washington," on your side. >>> in our top stories, up virginia governor tim kaine has declared a state of emergency for all of their grain that is pounding the region. residents are being urged to stay alert. there forecaing three to 8 inches of rain through tomorrow. >> harry reid is considering higher payroll taxes on the top income earners. it wouldpply to those making more than 250,000 dollars a year. >> president obama begins a nine-day diplomatic tour of asia. his first stop is in tokyo. he is expected to make a statement on the economy and then make a stop in alaska to me with u.s. troops. >>> some teenagers have been throwing rocks at some neighbors. one incident was captured on a cell phone camera. a rock hit him while the video was rolling. >> i was so afraid of this happening. i have seen them throw rocks at people at random. they have broken my neighbor's door. >> they believe the students are from a junior high school. police are stepping up paols i
. the commute will be a little bit slower. it does get better for the weekend. let's check in with lisa baden. >> things are not rolling. traffic out of maryland to get into virginia using the three lanes, not a good idea. you can see the through lane traffic with delays that begin after saint barnabas road. they are clearing construction on the beltway at telegraph road. the right side of the screen, the far right is local lanes traffic and whirling better than the through lanes. that is out of maryland using the wilson bridge. now to alison and doug. >> thank you. >>> a crackdown on hov violators. >> this is the second stage of an ongoing campaign. police are trying to keep things clear. pamela brown has more on that. good morning. >> we are giving you fair warning. the eighth of the crackdown is just now under way. if you're driving with fewer than three people, there is a good chance you'll get a ticket. the first offense will cost you $125, all the way up to $1,000 for the fourth offense. they issued 89 tickets. many of them were first offenders. troopers will be on 395 and 95 this morni
to the financial crisis. >>> lisa noah, the former astronaut who drove 1,000 miles to confront a romantic rival with another astronaut pled guilty to charges. facing earlier more serious charges she could have received a life sentence. instead, under a plea deal, she got a year of probation and 50 hours of community service. >>> and 400 years after locking up galileo just for challenging the view that the earth was the center of the universuniverse, vatican has decided to join the search for alien life. the roman catholic church recently held a five-day conference, including a variety of scientists to study the possibility of extra treft real life. if eye lee yes or no life were discovered, they would be considered, quote, part of creation. >>> the dow opens at 10246 after adding 20 points on tuesday. but the s&p last a fraction. and the nasdaq lost 2 points. taking a look at overseas trading, in tokyo, the nikkei ddq )jjt the hang seng rose 359 points. >>> well, yesterday's gains on the dow were modest, they were enough to set a new high for the yearfollowing in step with a day that was optimi
nowak was treeped to kill her that day. lisa nowak tried to throw out a bag in which police found a knife and steel mall et. nowak told shipman today, i'm sorry. >> i'm glad to have the opportunity to apologize to you, mrs. shipman, in person. i am sincerely sorry for causing fear and misunderstanding and all of the intense public exposure that you have suffered. shepard: lisa nowak pleaded guilty to felony burglary of a car and misdemeanor battery. she was sentenced to one year probation and two days in jail. time served. a new battle in the health care reform. look who's coming back to washington to try to break the stalemate in the senate. the question now, did president clinton's appearance make a difference? shepard: i'm shepherd smith and you're on the "fox report." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. and the last democratic president who pushed for health care reform is now trying to help the current one with the same issues. bill clinton was on capitol hill today speaking with senate democrats. the senate, of course, is where the health care debate i
. lisa ling has a look at efforts to keep the industry clean. >> see? darren james. >> reporter: darren james once led a busy life as a porn star. at the height of your career how many women were you having sex with? >> sometimes it could be ten women in an orgy scene, nonstop. >> reporter: all part of a job darren did successfully for nearly eight years. until 2004 when darren got the call all porn performers dread. >> i get that call, everything stops. i had the virus. my whole world just crashed. >> reporter: so, you don't know how you got infected? >> i don't. >> reporter: did you infect people? >> three girls. i ew them. i felt bad. >> reporter: darren's hiv infection shut down southern california's porn industry for a month. and when his identity as the original infection was made public, he says the isolation that followed drove him to attempt suicide. >> i know porn ain't the best business in thworld but it's all i had. >> reporter: darren is now campaigning to make condom use mandatory in adult film. he predicted years agois infection would not be the last the industry would se
. >> prosecutors for former astronaut lisa nowak say they are trying to score a plea deal. the rockville, maryland, native is eected in a florida court tomorrow. if a deal is reached, prosecutors say she may not get any jail time. back in february of 2007, nowak is accused of driving from houston to orlando in a disguise to go afro man particular rival colleen shipman. no back is now facing several federal charges, including burglary and attempted kidnapping. if a plea deal isn't reached, nowak could start trial as early as next month. >> former president bill clinton will be in d.c. today to meet with senate democrats to talk about the health care legislation there. officials say the former president is scheduled to speak during the democrats' weekly caucus. as president, clinton tried but failed to revamp the nation's health care system, you recall. now he's trying to help president obama and senate democrats get through the hurdles facing the health care initiative. >>> our time right now 5:37, 53 degrees. >>> still ahead, why the mayor is catching heat for a bicycle ride. >> plus, puppies resc
and the eye-opening figures about the number of illnesses and deaths. >> lisa stark reports from pennsylvania where vaccine production is stepping up. >> reporter: the new numbers expected from the centers for disease control today are likely to say some 4,000 americans have now died from the h1n1 flu. that's three times as many as earlier estimates. now, the cdc says that's not because the epidemic is more deadly than thought, but simply that they are recalculating the numbers to get a more accurate picture of the toll of this flu. the new numbers expected from the cdc will be based on a computer model looking at surveillance systems that the cdc uses to track influenza. systems such as hospitalizations, lab testing, and emergency room visits. thbest protection remains the vaccine. and there are still long lines to get it. here at sanofi pasteur, they are working 24 hours a day, seven days a week. this is the only company that is making the h1n1 shot in the united states. and has produced half of the nation's supply so far. sanafi promised 20 million doses by the end of october but delivered
ready for game day. >> reporter: while at u.s. airways hub in washington, lisa scott knows the routine well. what is the secret to staying sane if you're a flight attendant? >> yoga. lots of deep breaths. >> reporter: the airlines anticipate just under 2 million flyers to pass through all of the nation's airports today. but the busiest air travel days will be sunday and monday, with just over 2 million flyers each day. and 23 year veteran linwood harris know what they are thinking. >> thinking about the wonderful dinner at grandma's house and expectations of getting there on time and having their bag arrive with them as well. >> it's a family obligation. right? >> yeah. yeah! the heartland, going to be fun, going to be great. >> check in for your flight early and plan on arriving at the airport two hours ahead. >> reporter: the good news? thanksgiving 2009 looks to be knows and ice-free. >> weather is cooperating. passengers are moving well and flying is good. >> reporter: and that is what you want to hear, right? flying is good across the country. the key is going to be whether the ic
. [captioning made possible by constellation energy] >> hello and welcome to 11 news sunday morning. i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm deborah wiener. first a look outside with meteorologist john coinls. hey, john. >> a little different out there, warmer, not raining. >> yes. >> there might be a couple of patches of fog and all, but our temperatures now are where they were yesterday morning at this time. the big difference is that there's no moisture in the atmosphere. >> yes, thank you. >> so let's take a look outside at our h.d. doppler radar, and, you know, the proof is in the pudding. yesterday, there were still some sprinkles and a little drizzle and a couple of spotty showers around the area with most of the rain up in new england, a lot of rain up in new england. well, this morning it's still raining in new england, but we've shaken most of the cloud cover. again, there may be a few patches of fog and here there. temperatures are solidly in the 50's around the region, a few suburban 40's are possible, but no rain nearby. that is the good news to finish out the weekend. and wait till you bh
a romantic rival is getting a year of probation as punishment. 46-year-old lisa nowak pleaded not guilty to burglary and battery. pleaded guilty, that is to say. she drove from houston to florida wearing a diaper to confront u.s. air force captain shipman after she found out she was dating the guy nowak was interested in. meanwhile, david letterman is ready to take the stand. halderman says he was just trying to sell a screen play to dave not shake him down. halderman's lawyer says the case should be dismissed and tried to do that yesterday in court. brian: sorry about the noise, but it wasn't us. today is veterans day. nothing symbolized freedom, independence, and democracy better than the american bald eagle. gretchen: and with us today is al, founder and president of the american eagle foundation. i have to speak up. and challenger, america's first free-flying trained bald eagle. i was so excited for this segment today, al. of course, we've all seen challenger fly over the baseball stadiums and such. but to think this baby eagle fell out of a nest. >> that's right. that's thousand sta
in it it stretches the lip and makes it look taught. >> let's show another celebrity. this is lisa rinna. tell us what you think about the before and after here. >> well, i think you can see this is a more natural volume for the face. and over here, you can see that there's a lot of swelling because silicone swells the lip. and this particular celebrity did her upper and lower lip, and they're almost the same size. and nature gives us usually a slightly larger lower lip and slightly smaller upper lip. we want to respect that. >> which you did respect when you did kristin's lips yesterday. show us -- they look great. but show us what the trick is achieving this look. >> so we call that the colbert lip. and what that means is we want to respect the natural volume of her face. and she has a great face, a model face. >> this is her before. she wanted a little -- what did you want? >> just a little bit on my upper lip. >> we did a tad on the upper and maybe a skirt in the lower. and her lips look completely natural. no one would know she had her lips done and she gets a little bit of volume. most peop
're using, how angry they are, whether they're fed up with wall street and the story that lisa myers reported today where ceos made half a billion dollars, it's absurd, with $30 million penthows and $2 million apartments for their maids. people feel beat up, making less and less money, lost jobs, families have lost their jobs. there's no one here in washington that represents their interests. they feel sarah palin is one of them, a normal person, a mom. and if she doesn't get the facts right all the time, it's the media's fault and she's a regular joe and she can't read all the newspapers all the time. they like that about her. they connect that. and i think anybody who studies politics should look at that as a phenomena out there and recognize there's that much anger and disconnect with what's going on in washington that it's not represented, that people that feel like what's going on here is not representative of their thoughts and concern. >> andrew ross sorkin in 2008, ron paul ran. >> yes. >> and a lot of people that felt disconnected from washington got behind him. he always ta
be -- you cannot wait one against the other. lisa the four critical issues we believe for breast cancer patients. we have a very large bipartisan group of people that have supported us over the years in many ways. staying in the politics of cancer and the partisan politics are very different. >> who is working on your group on getting more funds for technology? >> ge is going to. >> can you explain that further? >> we need to have in this technology summit to have industry come to the table. we need government to come to the table. we need at this the grooves and private insurers will get it that as technology has benefited almost every possible part of our lives, when you see cell phones that we generate themselves, screening areas in airports -- and convinced that there is a better way for screening. we need market incentives. many companies are interested in detecting all of these. we will be urging them as much as we can to participate in the solution to close technology gaps. >> how much money is going into new detection technology is now? >> i will s list to correct me if i am wro
in america? lisa, go ahead. caller: good morning. i work at a shelter for the homeless. i can tell you that i would say that 90% of the clients are either legal aliens or the legal aliens. -- or the legal -- or illegal aliens. those are most of the people at the food banks. host: we have live picture of a food bank from "the washington times." pensacola, florida. curtis, democratic line. go ahead. caller: first of all, i think you know what i mean, i do not know what the word is. i appreciate c-span putting something relevant on. it concerns the nation. we have lost our humanity. the fact that the food situation, i have a friend of mine that works for a church in the area that averages 200 people to 300 people every week. and they are not deal eagle -- and they are not ill eagle -- and they are not illegals. host: who are the people that come in to the food banks? caller: folks are really hurting. seems like the country is losing our humanity. it is all about money and me and said of all of us. -- money instead of all of us. i wish that all of these die- hard republicans that think war is the
stakeholder briefing i hosted with lisa jackson, the administrator of our environmental protection agency. at that briefing we talked about many of the steps my department is taking in this area from funding research on the health costs of greenhouse gas emissions to investing in communities to help them respond to climate-related disease to slashing greenhouse gas emissions in our own buildings. this is not an afterthought from my department. this is a key part of our broader public health strategy. more and more we understand that health is not something that happens just in doctors' offices. whether you're healthy or not depends on what you eat and drink, what you breathe, how you get around and where you live. a world that's heating up and powered by coal-fired plants that fill the sky with harmful greenhouse gas is going to have fewer healthy people than a world that runs on clean, renewable energy. that's why even if our planet was not in jeopardy, even if energy independence was not crucial to our national security, and even if clean energy was not a huge economic opportunity, redu
understand in nigh country becpu√°q of the impunity. even con de lisa rise. even civilian. when i think because of that impunity and everybody think that's not - the body of woman sa place where they can do anything they want. it's also to men, to be to get involved in such fight to end it. >> if you just tuned in. this is chouchou namegabe and she's the recipient of the night international journalism report on her work covering the rape and a buts of women in her country. there's an e-mail. is there an appeal by elders for an end to the violence? >> sorry. yes. they want it and need it. that's why in our proposition. we're training women to follow what we are doing to get involved in the fighting and i've got a program of training for women you know in our part that don't have a really good school for our children. i have - this means we're own trainers and we train ourselves by practicing and having many trainings everywhere. that's how i wanted to share the same thing with other ladies. other young women and to elders. yes. they are aware of the situation and they get involved. >>
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